Best things to do in Caraga and sightseeing in Caraga
Surigao del Sur - Caraga
The simple houses of its residents (400+ households) stands on wooden stilts or piles of rock, mostly with fish cages. Instead of roads, getting into other houses is possible either by narrow wooden bridges or waterways in between plied by bancas, bandungs-dugouts or outrigger boats. Thus earning its title as the “Little Venice of Surigao”.
Day-asan Covered Court - Caraga
Birok Beach - Caraga
Our first stop is Birok beach, accessible by paddleboat or a 10 minute motorboat ride, passing through cool and soothing sight of lush green mangroves. It is a patch of powdery white sands and corals surrounded by clear blue-green water great for snorkeling.